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Lotus Biscoff Slice

Lotus Biscoff Slice

Lotus Biscoff Slice

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 12 Serves
I discovered the glorious, crumbly and delightful Lotus Biscoff during an afternoon tea, where I was scanning the ingredients list of a range of biscuits presented to me. I was about to give up and just sip on some black tea (yum!), when I discovered that these delicious treats are not only vegan, but versatile enough to make a range of vegan desserts.

Vegan Noodle Soup

Vegan Noodle Soup

Vegan Noodle Soup

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
It's getting colder in Sydney, and slowly my fridge is getting stocked with wholesome winter ingredients to keep my *always cold* body warm. 

This soup is really easy to make, has a small kick to it and is can be easily adapted to suit you spice preferences. Cruelty free and great for weeknight dinners.

Healthy Berry Slice

Healthy Berry Slice

Healthy Berry Slice

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 8 Serves

As regular readers know, dessert is my favourite meal of the day. I often think about how surprisingly easy it was for me to become vegan, and yet how difficult I find it to skip dessert. Sure, dessert may not be the best thing for my teeth or waistline, but eating animal products has such a huge impact on the world around me, cutting it out and continuing to do so is easier than ever. As for dessert, we forge on!

My Healthy Berry Slice makes dessert much less sugary but still all kinds of sweet. The recipe uses very little sugar (but you can certainly add more, to taste) and is packed with wholesome, healthy ingredients. It freezes well and tastes great as a morning tea treat. 

Vegan Fish and Chips

Vegan Fish and Chips

Vegan Fish and Chips

  • 45 ' Prep. Time
  • 2 Serves

My first time cooking with the magical banana blossom was a SUCCESS! The texture of this mysterious flower is perfect for vegan fish, and I'm already planning all of the other recipes I can adapt to include it, like curries, cutlets and buddha bowls. 

Made using Nature's Charm Banana Blossom, my Vegan Fish and Chips recipe is really easy to follow and pretty quick to make, and serves (pardon the pun) as such a lovely, comforting and indulgent dinner or lunch. Between tempeh, tofu, jackfruit and banana blossom, it's an exciting time to be a vegan! 

Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls

Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls

Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls

  • 01 h 45 ' Prep. Time
  • 12 Serves
With Easter just around the corner, there's finally an excuse to bake delectable, chocolatey recipes and stuff your face with all the delicious vegan treats popping up in both specialty and mainstream stores. It's a great time to be vegan, and it's the perfect time to try out my Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls, which are soft, warm and made with the utterly indulgent Vego Spread. They are surprisingly easy to make and only require a few ingredients, but are guaranteed to have your vegan and non-vegan friends totally satisfied and wishing they wore looser pants.

Vegan French Toast

Vegan French Toast

Vegan French Toast

  • 15 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and hot straight from the pan, weekend brunch just got a whole lot better. My Vegan French Toast is so easy to make it's ready in 30 minutes, and only requires a handful of ingredients you probably already have. While it's not the healthiest breakfast option, it is made with wholesome ingredients like banana, almond milk and linseed meal, can be created with that stale bread you're not sure what to do with, and makes for a perfect weekend indulgence. I drizzle mine with maple syrup but feel free to choose your own favourite toppings and go nuts! 

Vegan Bangers and Mash

Vegan Bangers and Mash

Vegan Bangers and Mash

  • 01 h Prep. Time
  • 6 Serves
As summer comes to a close here in Australia, I'm saying a sad farewell to the long days, warm weather and beach walks I've enjoyed these last thre...

Vegan Mongolian Beef

Vegan Mongolian Beef

Vegan Mongolian Beef

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 6 Serves
There are only a few types of 'fake' meat I've really enjoyed since going vegan, and I've actually become quite fond of veggie balls, patties and burgers made with beans, spices and veggies rather than faux meat. Sometimes, however, to truly recreated the texture and essence of a dish, you need a substitute that's been custom built. Suzy Spoon's Shredded Seitan is PERFECT for replicating chicken, beef or any really meaty dish, and I was so excited to be able to design my own interpretation of Mongolian Beef using this new product. If you're craving something meaty this is exactly the recipe for you. Visit their website here for their full range of vegan products!

Caramel Crumble Cookies

Caramel Crumble Cookies

Caramel Crumble Cookies

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 20 Serves
Crumbly, chewy and sweet, if you're looking for a delectable treat to brighten up your day or add something special to your high tea, my Caramel Cr...

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza

  • 2 h Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
I've had the pleasure of enjoying many vegan pizzas, particularly as vegan food becomes more commonplace and recipes become more creative. Whilst I...

Vegan Banana and Caramel Cake

Vegan Banana and Caramel Cake

Vegan Banana and Caramel Cake

  • 01 h 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 12 Serves
I developed this recipe specifically with a very special friend in mind, who was celebrating her birthday and deserved something fabulous. I came u...

Sticky Cauliflower Bites

Sticky Cauliflower Bites

Sticky Cauliflower Bites

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Sticky, rich and sweet, cauliflower has never looked better. I would eat cauliflower in almost any format, but this recipe is the most decadent and indulgent version. Made with peanut butter, maple syrup, ginger and spices, it's perfect for a dinner party, potluck or festive celebration.

Vegan Party Cookies

Vegan Party Cookies

Vegan Party Cookies

  • 25 ' Prep. Time
  • 20 Serves

Bite sized chunks of sugar, crunchy and plant-based goodies, this recipe is a staple for when I need a quick, crowd-pleasing treats. I used vegan Smarties, but unfortunately the only brand I could find locally didn't hold its colour, so they aren't as vibrant as I had hoped. Nonetheless, they're fun, easy to make and really tasty, which make them the perfect party treat! 

*And if you know of a great brand of vegan Smarties or M&M's, comment on this post to let me know! 

Black Forest Cake (vegan & gluten free)

Black Forest Cake (vegan & gluten free)

Black Forest Cake (vegan & gluten free)

  • 01 h Prep. Time
  • 6 Serves
With a sweet cherry filling, a creamy coconut layer, a soft chocolate sponge and a rich ganache drip, my version of the famous Black Forest Cake is the dessert your next dinner party, festive event or birthday celebration needs. It's vegan and easy to make, and can easily be made gluten free for your Coeliac friends. All of the elements can be made in advance and the cake and ganache can be frozen, making it stress-free as well as delightfully delicious!

Vegan Pumpkin Pies

Vegan Pumpkin Pies

Vegan Pumpkin Pies

  • 01 h Prep. Time
  • 6 Serves
Around November I always have a hankering for Thanksgiving food, even though it's not something I've ever celebrated outside of a fun trip to New Y...

Vegan Raspberry Turnovers

Vegan Raspberry Turnovers

Vegan Raspberry Turnovers

  • 20 ' Prep. Time
  • 10 Serves
It's always exciting to create a recipe that includes vegan pastry, especially when it tastes as good as this one does! Making your own pastry does require a time commitment, but it's absolutely worth it and tastes just as good as the non-vegan versions you used to enjoy. This recipe uses my chocolate croissant pastry, but is filled with a sour raspberry filling and topped with a lemon glaze. I like to make a batch of these and freeze them for when last minute friends come by, or serve them for a lavish morning tea for vegans and non-vegans alike. 

Spirulina and Edamame Green Bowl

Spirulina and Edamame Green Bowl

Spirulina and Edamame Green Bowl

  • 45 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
As a vegan cook, you can never have too many salad, veggie or buddha bowl recipes, especially if you make a lot of your own meals or enjoy entertaining. My Spirulina and Edamame Green Bowl is packed with all sorts of healthy goodies, and feel free to experiment with additions of your own. If you can't find spirulina noodles, use another type of noodle like vermicelli or udon. 

Vegan Apple Pies

Vegan Apple Pies

Vegan Apple Pies

  • 1 h Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Apple pie is one of those classic, hearty and comforting desserts that often takes me back to a particular time, place or memory. It's so yummy when served warm with a scoop of ice-cream, and there's not reason vegans have to miss out! My recipe is easy to follow and makes four individual pies or one small share pie, and uses the technique I read about years ago (I wish I remember where!) of microwaving the apple filling prior to cooking the pie in the oven, giving the apple an extra chance to cook through and leaving you with a soft filling and crunchy crust. It's another one of my recipes that also freezes well, so make a batch before a dinner party and reheat in the oven just before your lucky guests arrive! 

Kelp Noodle and Papaya Salad with Peanut Dressing

Kelp Noodle and Papaya Salad with Peanut Dressing

Kelp Noodle and Papaya Salad with Peanut Dressing

  • 40 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
This is one of my FAVOURITE salad recipes, because it combines all of my must-have elements: it's healthy, crunchy, packed full of flavour and vegan. If you don't have kelp noodles you can substitute them for vermicelli, but I'd highly recommending trying to get your hands on some as they provide such a lovely texture to this crowd-pleaser. Make a big batch and enjoy it throughout the week, and definitely serve it at your next dinner party with some grilled tofu, smashed avocado and sweet potato fries. Yum!

Vegan Choc-chip Banana Bread

Vegan Choc-chip Banana Bread

Vegan Choc-chip Banana Bread

  • 8 Serves
You can never have too many loaf recipes, and this one is sweet, moist and perfect for any crowd-pleasing occasion! Made with chocolate chips, choc...

Last Minute Vegan Curry

Last Minute Vegan Curry

Last Minute Vegan Curry

  • 20 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
I'll get straight to the point. This is a recipe for the day you come home late from work, starving, not sure what to make and with little time to make it. It uses spices you probably already have, pantry items most vegans always have on hand, and veggies that come fresh or frozen. The beauty of this recipe is that most of the ingredients can spices can be substituted for what you do have (and if you have fresh garlic and ginger, even better!), as long as you stick with the general recipe structure. Perfect for a cozy night in!

Acai and Strawberry Chia Puddings

Acai and Strawberry Chia Puddings

Acai and Strawberry Chia Puddings

  • 05 h Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
As regular readers of the blog will know, I very much enjoy dessert. Managing a healthy lifestyle with a love of dessert can be tricky, however, so...

Tomato and Black Bean Soup

Tomato and Black Bean Soup

Tomato and Black Bean Soup

I'm always inspired to create new soup recipes as the weather gets cooler, but honestly, I could eat this soup all year round. As someone who loves hearty food, I eat soup for two reasons: firstly, to feel warm and full, and secondly, because it provides a solid excuse to eat toast. This ticks both boxes, and is made using delicious black beans, veggies and spices. Make a big batch and store it in the fridge, and have your sourdough ready. 

Miso and Brown Rice Balls

Miso and Brown Rice Balls

Miso and Brown Rice Balls

  • 01 h 35 ' Prep. Time
  • 20 Serves

Crunchy, tangy and full of protein, my Miso and Brown Rice Balls are the perfect freezer snack that can be added to almost any veggie base. Most of the ingredients will probably already be in your pantry, and once you buy a packet of miso paste you’ll find yourself using it in everything from salad dressings to stir-fries. Don’t be afraid to throw in your own combination of spices, too!

Herb Stuffed Pumpkin

Herb Stuffed Pumpkin

Herb Stuffed Pumpkin

  • 30 ' Prep. Time
  • 2 Serves
Pumpkin is a versatile vegetable for a vegan, providing a creamy base for dairy free cheese sauce, a hearty addition to pump up a grain salad, or as the main ingredient in a party pleasing main. This recipe is a lovely one for a dinner party, and can be made as outlined below, or in mini-portions to please a crowd. You can stuff it with anything you like, top with vegan cheese or be bold by making it with sweet potato instead!

Apple Pastry Puffs

Apple Pastry Puffs

Apple Pastry Puffs

  • 04 h Prep. Time
  • 10 Serves
I love a good mini-pastry, for breakfast, dessert, as a snack, or for pretty much any meal quite frankly. This is a time consuming but easy recipe for a basic vegan puff pastry, with an apple filling that can be made without or without any added sugar. It's made with plenty of vegan butter and isn't so much a healthy treat, but if you avoid adding sugar to the filling it's a better option than many of the store-bought desserts. Feel free to experiment with fillings based on what you have handy! 

Crunchy Corn Fritters

Crunchy Corn Fritters

Crunchy Corn Fritters

  • 10 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Another day, another vegan breakfast! Corn fritters used to be my go-to order at breakfast cafes, but it's tricky finding a place that does them without eggs, and many even have added cheese and sour cream to this crunchy delight. As regular readers know, I've recently committed to creating a vegan breakfast menu, with versions of my favourite non-vegan snacks that taste as good as the real thing (maybe even better, but let's not brag). Serve these with a tangy relish, vegan sour cream or heap of smashed avocado!

Easy Baked Sesame Tofu

Easy Baked Sesame Tofu

Easy Baked Sesame Tofu

  • 45 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Having a handful of good tofu recipes is essential for the vegan chef. Depending on whether I'm cooking a healthy dinner for one, making a feast fo...

Fluffy Vegan Pancakes

Fluffy Vegan Pancakes

Fluffy Vegan Pancakes

  • 10 ' Prep. Time
  • 2 Serves
It's recently become my mission to create a series of recipes for vegan and non-vegan eaters alike, that are veganised versions of classic dishes t...

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Walnut Mince

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Walnut Mince

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Walnut Mince

  • 15 ' Prep. Time
  • 4 Serves
Sweet potatoes are so versatile, perfect for fries, curries, salads and even brownies! This recipe is a healthy twist on stuffed potatoes, which are usually full of greasy meat, thick sour cream and cheese, and are very heavy. It's a great option if you enjoy hearty meals but don't want to fill up on breads and fried food, and is packed with protein and plenty of other good stuff. You can even make a big batch of mince and use it on sandwiches and pasta, too!